Natalie Hoitz has worked on urban design and built-form projects around the world, from the Caribbean to China, from Germany to New Zealand, from Canada to Singapore, and all around Australia. Over many years she has helped design and master plan new cities and town squares, tourist resorts and airports, university campuses and public spaces.

Natalie has degrees in architecture, urban geography and urban design. Clients value her gift for visualizing great urban places and working with others to design and deliver them. Often overseeing large multidisciplinary teams, since 1999 she’s worked on countless projects from concept, through design, to approval and delivery.

Among her Urbis highlights are three high-profile projects that transformed urban landscapes: the QUT 2033 Master Plan, the Suva Foreshore Master Plan, and Queens Wharf Brisbane.

I am passionate about designing spaces and places where my children and their children will thrive.